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Dialogues on English history and the history of England in one hundred lines

T. Chisholm

Dialogues on English history and the history of England in one hundred lines

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Published by W. Briggs in Toronto .
Written in English


Edition Notes

DON5/2004

Statementby T. Chisholm
The Physical Object
Pagination67 p. ;
Number of Pages67
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL26577403M

The colour of his hair. The colour of his eyes. For now and forever, he is a figment of my imagination. A mere mist of history that wafts its way out of my mind. I am stuck in a sea of my own thoughts, and the world doesn't realise. No one is dipping their feet into the water to see how it ripples, because there is a sign saying 'Caution! ENGLISH. In the fifteenth century, drama in England was dominated by modes now thought of as characteristically "medieval": cycles of liturgical mystery plays, morality plays — of which Mankind (c. ), and Everyman (c. – ) are among the best-known examples — and secular interludes such as Henry Medwall's Fulgens and Lucrece (c. ) and John Heywood's The Four Ps (c.


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